Why We Believe You Should Not Buy Deutsche Bank Structured Notes

Jul 6, 2018 / protecting investors

Last year, Vernon Litigation Group posted an article entitled “Why I Would Not Want Deutsche Bank Structured Notes in my Portfolio.”  In that article, we pointed out that these Notes are actually unsecured loans to Deutsche Bank and the loan cannot be repaid if Deutsche bank is unwilling or unable to repay the money owed at maturity of the notes. We highlighted concerns over the financial and moral integrity of […]

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Picking A Trustee | The Case Of The Stuttering Pig

Jun 28, 2018 / protecting investors

One of the most important decisions you will make as part of drawing up a trust is picking a trustee. A trustee’s duties can continue for generations. Being a trustee requires expertise in collecting estate taxes, paying bills, and managing money for the beneficiaries. Trustees also have a legal obligation to follow instructions and act with the interests of the beneficiaries in mind, which is called a fiduciary duty. What […]

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Supreme Court Ruling: States Can Impose Sales Tax on Internet Purchases

The Supreme Court of the United States ruled yesterday that states could require online companies to collect sales taxes on internet purchases made by consumers in states where the online businesses do not have a physical presence. For example, under the new ruling, when a consumer living in Florida makes an online purchase from a company that has an exclusive physical presence in New York, the state of Florida can […]

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